The series plots the course of John Coffey, who, after being convicted of murdering two young girls, starts on the first steps of the Green Mile, the passage to the electric chair and a road to revelation Topics: Prisons, Death row inmates
pt. 1. The two dead girls -- pt. The mouse on the mile -- pt. 3. Coffey's hands -- pt. 4. Bad death of Eduard Delacroix -- pt. 5. Night journey -- pt. 6. Coffey on the mile Topics: Prisons, Death row inmates
A man on Death Row explains what drove him to kill his parents. A tale of abuse interspersed with passages from people who know him and who in turn offer their explanation for the killings Topics: Death row inmates, Family
For every innocent man sent to prison, there is a guilty one left on the outside. He doesn't understand how the police and prosecutors got the wrong man, and he certainly doesn't care. He just can't believe his good luck. Time passes and he realizes that the mistake will not be corrected: the authorities believe in their case and are determined to get a conviction. He may even watch the trial of the person wrongly accused of his crime. He is relieved when the verdict is guilty. He laughs when... Topics: Judicial error, Death row inmates, Death row inmates, Judicial error
Kenneth Foster is a Texas death-row inmate scheduled for execution on August 30, 2007. Although he was not the triggerman in the murder of prominent local attorney's son, he was convicted and sentenced to death in 1997 under Texas's "law of parties." For more information on his case visit FreeKenneth.com . Topics: death row, texas, kenneth foster
Inmate John Joe Amador, aka "Ash", was executed in Texas on August 29, 2007. This interview, presented raw and unedited, was recorded by journalist Dave Maass on July 25, 2007 at the Polunsky Unit in Livingston, Texas. The interview was conducted via closed-circuit phone and the recording device was an Olympus WS-100 hooked into the phone circuit. Topics: death row, texas, john amador
Inmate John Joe Amador, aka "Ash", discusses his dreams and visions with journalist Dave Maass. Amador is scheduled for execution in Texas on August 29, 2007. Topics: john amador, texas, death row, dreams, visions
This was one of the three films that Bob Hope did for Paramount with the theme of favorites: blonde, spy and brunette. He was at one of the best moments of his career when this spoof about the detective movie genre went into production. "My Favorite Brunette" was directed by Elliott Nugent with a style that made it fun and light to watch. The screen play by Edmund Beloin and Jack Rose parodies those films that showed a charismatic private eye get into all kinds of dangerous... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Death Row, Murder, Bob Hope, Detective
Santa Fe Reporter staff writer Dave Maass journeys to Las Vegas, NM, to interview Mu'ina Arthur, the mother of Karl Chamberlain, the only Texas death-row inmate (as of posting) with an execution date. Topic: death row, capital punishment, texas, new mexico
Shares statistics from surveys sent to death row inmates, and delves into the personal stories and crimes of the men and women waiting on death row Topics: Death row inmates, Capital punishment, Criminals
In what is arguably his greatest book--written in 1979 and reissued here in trade paperback--America's most heroically ambitious writer follows the short, blighted career of Gary Gilmore, an intractably violent product of America's prisons who---after robbing two men and killing them in cold blood--insisted on dying for his crime Topics: Gilmore, Gary, Death row inmates, Biographical fiction
A death-row thriller in which a reporter discovers at the last moment that a condemned man is innocent. The novel follows the reporter's attempt to save the man's life, while minute-by-minute preparations for the execution go ahead. By the author of Corruption Topics: Death row inmates, Trials (Murder), Journalists
Rob Will - an innocent inmate on Death Row, Texas. Wrongly sentenced to death for the murder of a Police Officer. Words from Rob and his favourite songs. Tish, a friend of Robs and an active campaigner for his freedom and abolitionist Mary, are my guests in the Studio. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topic: free rob will death row texas
After interviewing death-row inmate Frank Beachum, Steve Everett, a reporter, becomes convinced that Beachum is innocent of murder, and tries to find proof before the execution, which is scheduled to take place in eighteen hours Topics: Death row inmates, Reporters and reporting, Capital punishment, Capital punishment, Death row...
When Travis Boyette is paroled because of inoperable brain tumor, for the first time in his life, he decides to do the right thing and tell police about a crime he committed and another man is about to be executed for Topics: Judicial error, Death row inmates, Large type books, Death row inmates, Judicial error, Large type...
A memorial written for Bruce by Michael and about Michael. Michael was freed from Death row only to be killed in a car accident a month later. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theinjusticesystem Topics: prison, death row, the Injustice System, innocent, crazyoldmannetwork